CELABOR have developed methods of analysing Fibre Morphology that are revolutionising the production of paper and cardboard products.
Fibre Morphology is the study of individual fibres within a particular material, and this gives an indication of its possible performance in a number of situations. The shape of individual fibres is a key element of this, as it demonstrates the way that the material will hold its shape when under a certain amount of pressure. The individual fibre dimensions can also be analysed, and this can show how the product can be broken down after use. The same scientific principles can be applied to paper and cardboard, giving manufacturers the best possible solution when creating packaging for a wide variety of items.